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 Peter Laviolette - “He's got a lot of skill. He's the type of player who helps make others better, and he's an important part of our power play.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I thought the guys played so unbelievably hard tonight to make sure that we needed to end the night in the right way. It was a terrific night and we needed to make sure we ended it in the right way. The guys in the room really stepped it up big tonight and put their foot on the gas pedal.”
 Peter Laviolette - “As the game went on, he got more focused and he got stronger. Marty seems to have done that all year long. Where some goals have gone in early, not necessarily his fault, in the end, he's always there to make the saves that we need.”
 Peter Laviolette - “The positive is, I guess, that we battled back, but it's a loss. It's frustrating. We need to win games.”
 Peter Laviolette - “To lose a guy like Aaron, certainly is a tough loss for our team. Bret is a guy we talked about when we were putting the team together and somebody I'm very comfortable with. He's been one of our top defenseman here in Carolina.”
 Peter Laviolette - “To lose a guy like Aaron certainly is a tough loss for our team. Bret is a guy we talked about when we were putting the team together and somebody I'm very comfortable with.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I think the retirement ceremony is going to be a great night for the franchise. Francis always shows a lot of class. For the short time he was on my team, he was always a real gentleman and a pleasure to work with.”
 Peter Laviolette - “The power-play guys have got to be exhausted. But I thought they did a pretty good job of moving the puck around. It was nice to get the last one. We were getting frustrated there in the third period.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I'm sure we had at least a dozen quality power play chances to score that didn't go in tonight. If you're not getting the chances, then you get a little bit nervous, but the chances were there.”
 Peter Laviolette - “Three games in now, and our power play isn't producing and it's costing us games. We're going to continue to work on it. It's early, but we need to put some pucks in the net.”
 Peter Laviolette - “There's still more for us to give, more for us to do. It didn't go our way tonight, but there's still a lot of hockey to play.”
 Peter Laviolette - “Three games in now, and our power play isn't producing and it's costing us games, ... We're going to continue to work on it. It's early, but we need to put some pucks in the net.”
 Peter Laviolette - “You have a bunch of guys from a bunch of different places, playing a bunch of different ways. You have to somehow corral them and try to bring them in as one, ... We didn't accomplish that here this week, but we did give them the information how we're going to try to do that.”
 Peter Laviolette - “You have a bunch of guys from a bunch of different places, playing a bunch of different ways. You have to somehow corral them and try to bring them in as one. We didn't accomplish that here this week, but we did give them the information how we're going to try to do that.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It's tough when you leave one place and you're in limbo and not sure what the future holds. But I wouldn't paint the rock-bottom picture.”
 Peter Laviolette - “They moved it around, and they got the back door chance they were looking for. Marty was really keen to know to know the guy was there and get over to cover the low one.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It's maddening I think that's the best word for it. ... I thought we could have scored 10 goals tonight, but (that's) no different than the Slovakia game (a 2-1 loss). We had back-door empty net goals, or we had chances in the slot that (the goalie) got a save on, or we hit him, or we missed the net.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I watched the video. Someone would have to show me how pursuing the puck is putting yourself in a vulnerable position. He did nothing but pursue the puck. Somebody got in behind him and steamrolled him into the boards in a vulnerable position. I disagree with the interpretation.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I'm proud of the guys for the way they played these five games coming back from that road trip. They showed a lot of character, a lot of heart, a lot of determination.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It's a skating game right now and our forwards did a good job. We got it in deep and we played the way we wanted to play.”
 Peter Laviolette - “At the end of the game we talked about 'Do we mix it up and look for something better' If there were no scoring opportunities, it would be much easier to make that decision.”
 Peter Laviolette - “You can go down one of two roads. You can try to get through the game without getting booed to death or you can be the best player on the ice. I told him before the game that I wanted to hear his name as the first star.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It's important to keep in mind that it's an exhibition game and the teams don't have their full lineups. But in saying that, exhibitions can set a winning culture or a losing culture. I think it is how you approach the game and the players have approached it in order to be successful. I'm happy with the fact we're being successful.”
 Peter Laviolette - “When you get the best players in the world, there is going to be a lot of skills on the ice. I know we will have the skill to match that. I don't think any of the teams are going to be sitting back in a 1-4 (defense), they're going to be aggressive because they want the puck. These are the most creative players in the world and they're going to be looking for every opportunity to create.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I am very excited and honored to have the opportunity to represent my country in this capacity, ... I have had great experiences with USA Hockey in the past as a player and a coach and I am looking forward to this new challenge.”

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